Our team of experienced, skilled ENT specialists at The Barranco Clinic can diagnose your issues and, if necessary, perform surgery to remove all or a portion of the tissue in the tonsils and adenoids, relieving your symptoms so you can get back to enjoying your life.

Treatment Options

Surgery is usually recommended for chronic tonsil and adenoid infections. At The Barranco Clinic, our seasoned ENT doctors can perform the following procedures:

  • Tonsillectomy – This outpatient operation can provide sustainable relief from uncomfortable symptoms. The surgeon removes the tonsils using specialized instruments that prevent undue bleeding. A tonsillectomy can help prevent tonsillitis, reduce chronic infections, and optimize your breathing.
  • Adenoidectomy – This is an outpatient procedure performed under general anesthesia to remove the adenoid glands, thus halting the progression of neverending infections, which occur most often in young children. The adenoids are first evaluated using an X-ray or endoscope. The surgeon will then remove the glands using a specialized device that limits excess bleeding. 

About Chronic Infections

The adenoids and tonsils are immune warriors, helping to fend off bacterial and viral infections. Unfortunately, sometimes even warriors get ill. When an infection arises, the adenoids and tonsils can become inflamed, causing them to swell up and cause pain. Both breathing and sleeping can be compromised, necessitating medical intervention.

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Symptoms of Tonsil Infections

  • Fever
  • Dysphagia
  • Headache
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Sore throat
  • Inflammation in the throat

Symptoms of Adenoid Infections

  • Breathing problems
  • Speech that sounds nasal
  • Runny nose
  • Ear infections
  • Loud breathing
  • Snoring
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About The Barranco Clinic

The Barranco Clinic serves patients in and beyond Lake Wales, Winter Haven, Haines City, Sebring, and Clermont, providing state-of-the-art ENT services matched to their individual wishes and goals. Our practice is founded on the following core principles: 

Personalized Treatment

We take the time to listen to your concerns and craft a plan of action for restoring your health, well-being, and overall quality of life.

Top-rated Physician Network

Our meticulously trained and vetted ENT specialists combine their expertise, skill, and knowledge to deliver exponential healing for our patients. Through the collaboration and cooperation of outstanding minds, a successful outcome is assured.

Continuity of Care

From your first consultation to your final aftercare plan, we go the extra mile to ensure your experience is seamless and stress-free. We follow up with you and offer guidance and support for long-term thriving.

Community Investment

We love to give back to our neighbors and do so with pride by offering valuable resources, essential items, medical care, and more to those most in need.


Who is at risk of getting chronic tonsil and adenoid infections?

Almost anyone can suffer from an infection in their tonsils or adenoids. However, adults tend to ward off infections more easily than young children. Therefore the majority of patients seeking treatment for chronic tonsil and adenoid infections are youths.

Is surgery the only treatment option?

Medications can be viable in the short term for those who only intermittently experience infections in their tonsils and adenoids. But for those experiencing chronic infections that do not respond to medications, surgery may be the only effective approach.

How long does the recovery from tonsil or adenoid surgery take?

Most patients can recover from surgery within 1-2 weeks. The operation is performed on an outpatient basis, with the client resting and recovering at home.

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